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Election results: Thursday 22nd November 2007

Carmarthenshire UA, Llandybie
Ind 496 (39.9; +0.1), Lab 337 (27.1; -6.7), SNP 310 (24.9; -1.5), Con 52 (4.2; +4.2), Ind 49 (3.9; +3.9).
Majority 159. Turnout 42.0%. Ind hold. Last fought 2004.

Conwy UA, Rhiw
LD Trevor Stott 548 (44.3; +44.3), Con 513 (41.4; +3.0), Ind 80 (6.5; -12.7),
BNP 61 (4.9; +4.9), Green 36 (2.9; +2.9), [Lab (0.0; -13.2)], [PC (0.0; -29.1)].
Majority 35. Turnout 26.0%. LD gain from Con. Last fought 2004

Dundee City Council UA, Lochee
First preferences:
SNP 2005(48.9;+1.8), Labour 1395(34.0; -2.8), LD Chris Hall 435( 10.6;+3.9),
Conservative 154(3.8; -1.4), Solidarity 57(1.4; -1.7), SSP 55(1.3; +0.2).
Turnout 29.2%. SNP elected at fourth stage. SNP Hold. Last fought 2007.

Forest Heath DC, Manor
LD Tim Huggan 281 (53.6), Con 211 (40.3), UKIP 32 (6.1).
Majority 70. Turnout 41.3%. LD gain from Con. Last fought 2007.

Norfolk CC, Aylsham
LD David Harrison 1696 (60.6; +23.2), Con 854 (30.5; -6.4), Lab 177 (6.3; -19.4), UKIP 71 ( 2.5; +2.5).
Majority 842. Turnout 39.0%. LD hold. Last fought 2005.

Rossendale BC, Hareholme
Lab 591 (53.2; +7.1), Con 520 (46.8; +6.3), [LD (0.0; -13.3)].
Majority 71. Turnout 26.2%. Lab hold. Last fought 2007.

Wellingborough DC, West
Con 363 (66.0; +8.3), LD Stuart Simons 149 (27.1; +27.1), Lab 38 (6.9; +6.9), [Green (0.0 ; -14.4)], [Ind (0.0; -27.9)].
Majority 214. Turnout 37.0%. Con hold. Last fought 2007.

Winchester DC, Wickham
LD Angela Clear 630 (60.9; -0.2), Con 349 (33.8; -2.8), UKIP 40 (3.9; +3.9), Lab 15 (1.5 ; -0.8).
Majority 281. Turnout 33.0%. LD hold. Last fought 2007.

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